Grilling a flank steak is a little different than grilling a typical steak, a flank steak is typically longer and larger than a normal steak so it requires a different technique. Some people say this is a tough cut however when it is prepared and cut properly it can be tender. It also takes flavors very well, it can be marinated or just seasoned on the outside before placing on the grill.
We recommend the use of a seasoned meat tenderizer or a marinade that is acidic such as Italian salad dressing or a citrus juice. On a piece of meat this size we also recommend injecting the marinade for full penetration on the meat.
Flank is a very popular cut for making steak fajita’s, so feel free to season with fajita seasoning and grill up some peppers and onions to go with it.
Our Philly Gourmet Burgers review is specifically written about the 100% beef patties. When found on sale these are a very affordable frozen burger option, but are they worth it? We prefer fresh ground beef for our burgers but we also know sometimes that is not an option. So on occasion frozen beef patties are easier so we typically have a box in our freezer at any given time.
We begin our Philly Gourmet Burgers Review with the package:
The package is typical of most frozen hamburger patties with a picture that is nothing like the actual product. Unless you pack 3 patties together your burger will not look like the image on the box. The ingredient listed are just Beef, this is good. Do not follow the grilling instructions on the package, unless you want hockey pucks.
Need to know how to grill frozen hamburgers without turning them into hockey pucks? Here is our how to on the subject. We have all been roped into grilling for a large crowd where fresh burger patties aren’t an option so here is how to get the most out of those frozen hamburgers.
If your shopping for frozen burger patties take a second to look at the ingredient list on the package. 100% beef patties will not have and ingredient list at all or just list beef. The burgers we are using for this article are the Boulder Burger Company -1/3 pound Angus Beef Patties. (pictured below) The fewer ingredients on that list the better.